Category : http-headers

I am using Fast API server and exposed the api. And from my JS using axios i am maing call to this server. And I am using interceptor to check the token in headers. I also have added CORSMiddleware Here is the code origins = ["*", "http://localhost:3002"] # Creating FastAPI Application app = FastAPI() app.include_router(chat_service.router) ..

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# selenium-request.py from seleniumwire import webdriver # Import from seleniumwire # Create a new instance of the Chrome driver driver = webdriver.Chrome() driver.get(‘https://www.cmegroup.com/content/cmegroup/en/tools-information/advisorySearch/jcr:content/full-par/cmeadvisorysearch.advisorySearch.advisorynotices:Advisory%20Notices.-.2.12|07|2021.01|01|2008.json’) for request in driver.requests: if request.response: print(request.response.headers) When I run that code I get the headers Selenium uses: $ python selenium-request.py Accept-Ranges: bytes Access-Control-Allow-Origin: http://star-website.com Content-Type: application/json ETag: W/"36b8a-5d3d28ed9cc43" Last-Modified: Thu, 23 ..

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I’m trying to navigate to a specific webpage, using urllib.request.urlopen. hdr = ‘Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64)’ my_url = ‘url = ‘https://www.cms.co.il/catalog/products.aspx?keySearch=’9SX3000I’ weburl = urllib.request.urlopen(url_cms + makat,headers=hdr,timeout=30) I’m getting an error: urlopen() got an unexpected keyword argument ‘headers’ I’ve tried to remove the header, but then I’m getting the error: HTTP Error 403: Forbidden ..

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i’m working on winrest api and since my session token will change from time to time i would like to ad it in a variable, when run my code i get a return request(‘get’, url, params=params, **kwargs) here the code : sessionToken = ‘session_token’: ‘gggg6gsl68l2vdim5fgggggg’} headers = { ‘App-Token’: ‘aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa’, ‘Session-Token’: sessionToken } response = ..

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